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List of Collective Nouns for People

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List of Collective Nouns for People

Extensive list of different groups of people in English.

  1. A babble of barbers
  2. A band of men
  3. A band of musicians
  4. A band of robbers
  5. A band of soldiers
  6. A banner/A rout of knights
  7. A battalion of soldiers
  8. A bench of aldermen
  9. A bench of bishops
  10. A bench/A sentence of judges
  11. A bench of magistrates
  12. A bevy/A galaxy of beauties
  13. A bevy of girls
  14. A bevy of writers
  15. A billow/A hack of smokers
  16. A blackening of shoemakers
  17. A blast of hunters
  18. A blaze/A conflagration of pyromaniacs
  19. A blur of Impressionists
  20. A blush of boys
  21. A board of directors
  22. A board of trustees
  23. A board/A brood of chess players
  24. A boast of barristers
  25. A body of men
  26. A body of pathologists
  27. A bunch of crooks
  28. A caravan of gypsies
  29. A caravan of travelers
  30. A cast/A company/A cry of actors/players
  31. A stack/A shush of librarians
  32. A cavalcade of horsemen
  33. A chapter/A dignity of canons
  34. A choir of singers
  35. A circle of friends
  36. A class of pupils
  37. A class of students
  38. A clutch/A crunch of wrestlers
  39. A college of cardinals
  40. A colony of lepers
  41. A colony of microbiologists
  42. A company of actors
  43. A company/A syndicate of capitalists
  44. A company of girl guides
  45. A company of soldiers
  46. A company/A syndicate of capitalists
  47. A complex of psychologists
  48. A conflagration of arsonists
  49. A confusion/A ponder of philosophers
  50. A conglomerate/A formation of geologists
  51. A congregation of churchgoers
  52. A conjunction of grammarians
  53. A consternation of mothers
  54. A converting of preachers
  55. A cortege of mourners
  56. A coven of witches
  57. A crew of sailors
  58. A crowd of onlookers
  59. A crowd of people/spectators/audience
  60. A crush of shoppers
  61. A curse/An illusion of painters
  62. A cutting of cobblers
  63. A damning of jurors
  64. A debauchery of hedonists
  65. A decanter/A decorum of deans
  66. A gang/A den of thieves
  67. A density of meatheads
  68. A diligence of messengers
  69. A discord/A panel of experts
  70. A discretion of priests
  71. A disguising of tailors
  72. A disguising/A proud showing of tailors
  73. A disputation/An eloquence/A greed/A huddle/A quarrel of lawyers
  74. A doctrine of doctors
  75. A sneer of butlers
  76. A drift of lecturers
  77. A dynasty of kings
  78. A faculty of academics
  79. A faith of merchants
  80. A feast of brewers
  81. A fellowship of yeomen
  82. A fighting of beggars
  83. A flight of refugees
  84. A flock of tourists
  85. A flood/A flush of plumbers
  86. A freeze of Northerners
  87. A gaggle of censors
  88. A gaggle of women
  89. A gaggle/A riot of comedians
  90. A galaxy of governesses
  91. A gang of criminals
  92. A gang of crooks
  93. A gang of hoodlums
  94. A gang of prisoners
  95. A gang of robbers
  96. A gang of thieves
  97. A gang of workmen
  98. A gang/A pity of prisoners
  99. A giggle of girls
  100. A glitter of generals
  101. A glozing of taverners
  102. A goring of butchers
  103. A graft of tree surgeons
  104. A grope of groupies
  105. A group of dancers
  106. A group of singers
  107. A hastiness of cooks
  108. A helix of geneticists
  109. A herd of harlots
  110. A horde of nomads
  111. A horde of savages
  112. A host of angels
  113. A house of senators
  114. A joint of osteopaths
  115. A lie/An equivocation of politicians
  116. A line of kings/rulers
  117. A melody of harpists
  118. A mess/An execution of officers
  119. A meter of percussionists
  120. A mob of rioters
  121. A morbidity of majors
  122. A mug/A reflection of narcissists
  123. A multiply/An unhappiness of husbands
  124. A mutter of mothers-in-law
  125. A wisdom of grandparents
  126. A number/A set of mathematicians
  127. A pack of Brownies
  128. A pack of thieves
  129. A pan of reviewers
  130. A panel of experts
  131. A party of friends
  132. A patrol of policemen
  133. A peck of Frenchmen
  134. A picket of strikers
  135. A pint of Irishmen
  136. A pity/A gang of prisoners
  137. A plush/A rascal of boys
  138. A pomposity of professors
  139. A posse of police
  140. A posse of sheriffs
  141. A pound of Englishmen
  142. A prance of equestrians
  143. A promise of barmen
  144. A prudence of vicars
  145. A quiz of teachers
  146. A rage of maidens
  147. A rash of dermatologists
  148. A regiment of soldiers
  149. A rookery/A school of clerks
  150. A rout of schoolboys
  151. A sample of salesmen
  152. A school of clerks
  153. A scolding of seamstresses
  154. A scoop/A slant of journalists
  155. A sentence of judges
  156. A series of radiologists
  157. A set/A subtlety of designers
  158. A set/A swish of hairdressers
  159. A shower of bastards
  160. A shower of meteorologists
  161. A shrivel of critics
  162. A shuffle of bureaucrats
  163. A side of dancers
  164. A simplicity of subalterns
  165. A poverty of pipers
  166. A slate of candidates
  167. A slither of gossip columnists
  168. A slouch of models
  169. A sneer of butlers
  170. A sprig of vegetarians
  171. A squad of beaters
  172. A squad of soldiers
  173. A squat of daubers
  174. A squeal of nieces
  175. A staff of employees
  176. A staff of servants
  177. A staff of teachers
  178. A stalk of foresters
  179. A subtlety of sergeants at law
  180. A superfluity of nuns
  181. A tabernacle of bakers
  182. A talent of gamblers
  183. A tantrum of decorators
  184. A team of athletes
  185. A team of players
  186. A thought of barons
  187. A tribe of Indians
  188. A tribe of natives
  189. A trip of hippies
  190. A troop of boy scouts
  191. A troupe of acrobats
  192. A troupe of artistes
  193. A troupe of dancers
  194. A troupe of minstrels
  195. A troupe of performers
  196. A wandering of tinkers
  197. A wheeze of joggers
  198. A worship of writers
  199. An absence/An order of waiters
  200. An alley/A pratfall of clowns
  201. A brace/A wince of dentists
  202. An amalgamation of metallurgists
  203. An amble of walkers
  204. An ambush of widows
  205. An army of soldiers
  206. A roll of drummers
  207. An attitude/A grunt of teenagers
  208. An audience of listeners
  209. An eloquence of lawyers
  210. An embarrassment /A persistence of parents
  211. An entrance of actresses
  212. An expectation of heirs
  213. An expectation of midwives
  214. An obscurity/A rhyme of poets
  215. An illusion of magicians
  216. An impatience of wives
  217. An imposition of in-laws
  218. An obeisance of servants
  219. An observance of hermits
  220. An obstruction of dons
  221. An orchestra of musicians
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